JULY 2018 - JUNE 2019
Congratulations to our Ph.D. Candidate Mitchell Bonney who received an NSERC 2019 PGSD Award for two years and successfully defended his Ph.D. proposal in June.
2019 Group Workshop and Training day for undergrad research assistants. Our lab welcomes new member Ali Al Wafi (left 4) who is a full-time summer assistant and will join the lab as an MSc in September, and we also welcome ROPs (Boyu Xu, right 4; David Paredes, right 3; and Un Wai Wai, absent), CGCS intern and ROP (Monique Dosanjh, right 2), and NSERC USRA and ROP (Zoe Bedford, right 1).
Congratulations to our Ph.D. Candidate Phuong Dao who received the UTM Graduate Student Research Award for 2019. This annual award, co-sponsored by the Associate Dean, Graduate and UTMAGS, is intended to recognize excellence in research by a U of T Mississauga graduate student. Award recipient will receive $2,500.
Congratulations to our Ph.D. Candidate Phuong Dao who received the Geography@UTM First Paper Award for his publication “Maximizing the quantitative utility of airborne hyperspectral imagery for studying plant physiology: an optimal sensor exposure setting procedure and empirical line method for atmospheric correction", and
Congratulations to our Ph.D. Candidate Mitchell Bonney who received the Geography@UTM Graduate Student Service and Leadership Award at our annual UTM Geography Awards Ceremony.
Congratulations to our Ph.D. Candidate Mitchell Bonney who was elected as the Graduate Student Representative from AAG Landscape Specialty Group.
Congratulations to our Ph.D. Candidate Mitchell Bonney who received a Centre for Urban Environments (CUE) research grant for his project: “Monitoring long-term forest change in a suburbanizing landscape using multi-source data”.
On September 15 and 22, 2019, Professor Yuhong He's RSSEM lab was invited by the Blackwood Gallery, a contemporary art centre situated on the University of Toronto Mississauga to participate the site-specific public art exhibition The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea, a project dedicated to opening perspectives on climate change, environmental crisis, and resilience in Riverside park Mississauga. Lecturer Dr. Cameron Proctor, Ph.D. Candidate Mitchell Bonney and MSc student Alexander Axiotis led the event and they discussed and demonstrated remote sensing related studies with the public including many school students.